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Toshiba cz36v61 picture and audio went out. The power button led is flashing red. Any suggestions

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Check regulator or system ic.....




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if your tv is less than 1 year old, and you registered it with Toshiba, you could qualify for a free replacement.

otherwise expect to pay 200.00 for a new bulb from Toshiba.

only good thing is you can replace it yourself, only tool needed is a phillips screwdriver.

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